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SEGA-HACKERS/
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June 19, 2011
A Sega Corp signboard is seen behind traffic signs at the Akihabara electronic store district in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
A Sega Corp signboard is seen behind traffic signs at the Akihabara electronic store district in Tokyo...
A Sega Corp signboard is seen behind traffic signs at the Akihabara electronic store district in Tokyo June 19, 2011. Japanese video game developer Sega Corp said on Sunday that information belonging to 1.3 million customers has been stolen from its database, the latest in a rash of global cyber attacks against video game companies. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR25PO7
July 16, 2009
Decocchao dolls by Japanese toymaker Sega Toys are displayed at the International Tokyo Toy Show, July...
Tokyo, Japan
Decocchao dolls by Japanese toymaker Sega Toys are displayed at the International Tokyo Toy Show
Decocchao dolls by Japanese toymaker Sega Toys are displayed at the International Tokyo Toy Show, July 16, 2009. The toy show started on Thursday and will be held until Sunday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTR25PNO
July 16, 2009
A staff of Sega Toys looks up at the ceiling during a demonstration of the company's new fireworks pattern...
Tokyo, Japan
Staff of Sega Toys looks up at ceiling during demonstration of company's new fireworks patter projector...
A staff of Sega Toys looks up at the ceiling during a demonstration of the company's new fireworks pattern projector called "Uchiagehanabi" at the International Tokyo Toy Show 2009 in Tokyo July 16, 2009. The product, equipped with sound effects of the fireworks, will go on sale in Japan on August 1 for 15,540 yen ($166). REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTX9FKE
October 11, 2008
Visitors try out Sega Prope's new game "Let's Tap" which the user controls the Nintendo's Wii remote...
Chiba, Japan
Visitors try out Sega Prope's new game "Let's Tap" in Tokyo Game Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo
Visitors try out Sega Prope's new game "Let's Tap" which the user controls the Nintendo's Wii remote controller without touching at the Tokyo Game Show 2008 in Chiba, east of Tokyo, October 11, 2008. The event, which 209 exhibitors are taking part, opened to the general public on Saturday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN)
NINTENDO/VIDEOGAMES
RTX7YN1
July 15, 2008
Sean Ratcliffe, vice president of Marketing, SEGA of America poses prior to an interview at the E3 Media...
Hollywood, UNITED STATES
Sean Ratcliffe of SEGA poses prior to interview at the E3 Media & Business Summit in Los Angeles
Sean Ratcliffe, vice president of Marketing, SEGA of America poses prior to an interview at the E3 Media & Business Summit in Los Angeles July 15, 2008. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
JAPAN/
RTX741D
June 19, 2008
Model Maiko Hata demonstrates the Sega Toys' new water-proof planetary projecter "Homestar Spa" at the...
Tokyo, Japan
Model Hata demonstrates Sega Toys' new water-proof planetary projecter "Homestar Spa" in Tokyo
Model Maiko Hata demonstrates the Sega Toys' new water-proof planetary projecter "Homestar Spa" at the International Tokyo Toy Show June 19, 2008. The products will go on sale in Japan on September 4 with a price tag of 7,140 yen. ($66) REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTX6ZMB
June 16, 2008
Sega Toy's female humanoid robot, Eternal Maiden Actualisation (E.M.A), walks during its demonstration...
Tokyo, Japan
Sega Toy's humanoid robot E.M.A walks during its demonstration in Tokyo
Sega Toy's female humanoid robot, Eternal Maiden Actualisation (E.M.A), walks during its demonstration in Tokyo June 16, 2008. The robot, which has a womanish appearance, is able to walk, dance and kiss humans. It will be sold in the domestic market from September 26 with a price tag of 18,000 Japanese yen ($166). REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTX6ZMA
June 16, 2008
Sega Toy's female humanoid robot, Eternal Maiden Actualisation (E.M.A), gives a name card to a man at...
Tokyo, Japan
Sega Toy's humanoid robot E.M.A gives a name card to a man at its demonstration in Tokyo
Sega Toy's female humanoid robot, Eternal Maiden Actualisation (E.M.A), gives a name card to a man at its demonstration in Tokyo June 16, 2008. The robot, which has a womanish appearance, is able to walk, dance and kiss humans. It will be sold in the domestic market from September 26 with a price tag of 18,000 Japanese yen ($166). REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTX6ZM7
June 16, 2008
Sega Toy's female humanoid robot, Eternal Maiden Actualisation (E.M.A), kisses a man at its demonstration...
Tokyo, Japan
Sega Toy's humanoid robot E.M.A kisses a man at its demonstration in Tokyo
Sega Toy's female humanoid robot, Eternal Maiden Actualisation (E.M.A), kisses a man at its demonstration in Tokyo June 16, 2008. The robot, which has a womanish appearance, is able to walk, dance and kiss humans. It will be sold in the domestic market from September 26 with a price tag of 18,000 Japanese yen ($166). REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTX6ZM5
June 16, 2008
Sega Toy's female humanoid robot, Eternal Maiden Actualisation (E.M.A), kisses a man at its demonstration...
Tokyo, Japan
Sega Toy's humanoid robot E.M.A kisses a man at its demonstration in Tokyo
Sega Toy's female humanoid robot, Eternal Maiden Actualisation (E.M.A), kisses a man at its demonstration in Tokyo June 16, 2008. The robot, which has a womanish appearance, is able to walk, dance and kiss humans. It will be sold in the domestic market from September 26 with a price tag of 18,000 Japanese yen ($166). REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTX6ZM3
June 16, 2008
Sega Toy's female humanoid robot, Eternal Maiden Actualisation (E.M.A), kisses a man at its demonstration...
Tokyo, Japan
Sega Toy's humanoid robot E.M.A kisses a man at its demonstration in Tokyo
Sega Toy's female humanoid robot, Eternal Maiden Actualisation (E.M.A), kisses a man at its demonstration in Tokyo June 16, 2008. The robot, which has a womanish appearance, is able to walk, dance and kiss humans. It will be sold in the domestic market from September 26 with a price tag of 18,000 Japanese yen ($166). REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1OCUS
April 06, 2007
Japanese toy maker Sega Toy's robot chick "Yume Hiyoko" (Dream Chick) (L) and a baby chick is held at...
OME, Japan
Japanese toy maker Sega Toy's robot chick and baby chick is held at chicken farm in Ome, ouskirts of...
Japanese toy maker Sega Toy's robot chick "Yume Hiyoko" (Dream Chick) (L) and a baby chick is held at a chicken farm in Ome, outskirts of Tokyo April 6, 2007. The electronic robot chick which cheeps and move its wings at the touch of human hands is not only a toy for children but also a healing gadget for adults, the company said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1OCUQ
April 06, 2007
A chick (L) looks at Japanese toy maker Sega Toy's robot chicks "Yume Hiyoko" (Dream Chick) at a chicken...
OME, Japan
Chick looks at Japanese toy maker Sega Toy's robot chicks at chicken farm in Ome, ouskirts of Tokyo
A chick (L) looks at Japanese toy maker Sega Toy's robot chicks "Yume Hiyoko" (Dream Chick) at a chicken farm in Ome, outskirts of Tokyo April 6, 2007. The electronic robot chick which cheeps and move its wings at the touch of human hands is not only a toy for children but also a healing gadget for adults, the company said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1OCUP
April 06, 2007
Chicks look at Japanese toy maker Sega Toy's robot chick "Yume Hiyoko" (Dream Chick) (R) at a chicken...
OME, Japan
Chicks look at Japanese toy maker Sega Toy's robot chick at chicken farm in Ome, ouskirts of Tokyo
Chicks look at Japanese toy maker Sega Toy's robot chick "Yume Hiyoko" (Dream Chick) (R) at a chicken farm in Ome, outskirts of Tokyo April 6, 2007. The electronic robot chick which cheeps and move its wings at the touch of human hands is not only a toy for children but also a healing gadget for adults, the company said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTR1OBRW
April 05, 2007
A robot chick (R), Yume Hiyoko (Dream Chick), is placed next to a stuffed chick at a photo opportunity...
Tokyo, Japan
A robot chick is placed next to a stuffed chick at a photo opportunity in Tokyo
A robot chick (R), Yume Hiyoko (Dream Chick), is placed next to a stuffed chick at a photo opportunity in Tokyo April 5, 2007. The electronic robot chick, launched by Sega Toys, fits in the palm, can make sounds and move its wings at the touch of human hands. The price of the toy is 2,310 Yen and it will be available in domestic the market from April. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTR1OBRM
April 05, 2007
An employee of Sega Toys touches a robot chick, Yume Hiyoko (Dream Chick), at a photo opportunity in...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of Sega Toys touches a robot chick at a photo opportunity in Tokyo
An employee of Sega Toys touches a robot chick, Yume Hiyoko (Dream Chick), at a photo opportunity in Tokyo April 5, 2007. The electronic robot chick, launched by Sega Toys, fits in the palm, can make sounds and move its wings at the touch of human hands. The price of the toy is 2,310 Yen and it will be available in domestic the market from April. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTR1OBRG
April 05, 2007
An employee of Sega Toys touches a robot chick, Yume Hiyoko (Dream Chick), at a photo opportunity in...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of Sega Toys touches a robot chick at a photo opportunity in Tokyo
An employee of Sega Toys touches a robot chick, Yume Hiyoko (Dream Chick), at a photo opportunity in Tokyo April 5, 2007. The electronic robot chick, launched by Sega Toys, fits in the palm, can make sounds and move its wings at the touch of human hands. The price of the toy is 2,310 Yen and it will be available in domestic the market from April. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTXIPK0
January 24, 1999
Schoolchildren play a video game on Sega Enterprises' new Dreamcast game unit at the World Hobby Fair...
Makuhari, Japan
Schoolchildren play a video game on Sega Enterprises' new Dreamcast game unit at the World Hobby Fai.....
Schoolchildren play a video game on Sega Enterprises' new Dreamcast game unit at the World Hobby Fair in Makuhari, east of Tokyo January 24. Japan's three biggest home video game producers, Sony Computer Entertainment, Sega and Nintendo, demonstrated their latest software titles with other companies at the two-day show.
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